“Hit the sack”: idiom meaning.
- Hit the sack
- Informal way to say go to sleep. When you are really tired after a hard day, after you have worked a lot or studied and you had no time for yourself and your friends invite you out but you can tell them: “No, sorry, but I’m going to hit the sack”.
“Hit the sack”: use in context explanation
The man has just finished an 8-hour work shift and the day has been really hectic and busy. He feels exhausted, the only thing he wants to do is to go and lie on his favourite bed, watch some funny shows on TV and relax and then slowly fall asleep. Dick wants to hit the sack. He doesn’t want anyone to bother him, he needs to spend some time alone, only with himself.
Other examples of “hit the sack” idiom in a sentence
- I’ve had a hard day at work. I think I’ll hit the sack.
- Good night everyone. I’m going to hit the sack.